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    Weight Watchers has re-created the perennially popular carrot cake - right down to the delicious cream cheese frosting. 1/12 of the cake is 5 POINTS. From the Weight Watchers cookbook.

    Recipe #295626

    1 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    Here is an old-fashioned favorite with a new profile: fat free yogurt replaces the traditional cream filling and lime adds zesty flavor. 1/8 of the pie is 3 POINTS. From the Weight Watchers cookbook.

    Recipe #295623

    These tartlets essentially are miniature savory cheesecakes. You can make them up to one week in advance. Just freeze the baked tartlets in an airtight container and allow them to thaw in the refrigerator before serving.

    Recipe #291299

    2 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    Panera's version of the delicious Monte Cristo.

    Recipe #291298

    Toasted and buttered ciabatta is just the right platform for this breakfast favorite, enlivened with the taste of fresh herbs.

    Recipe #291292

    This delicious recipe will warm the hearts of everyone who sits around your breakfast table.

    Recipe #291288

    This hot treat is quick and easy to make. Just pick up a loaf of Ciabatta or French bread from your neighborhood Panera Bread and some premium-quality bittersweet chocolate from your grocery.

    Recipe #291287

    2 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    This casserole-like dish hits the spot when you’re in the mood for a hearty pasta recipe. Serve right away for the best flavor and texture. From the WW website, 1 serving = 5 POINTS.

    Recipe #291282

    This tasty chowder gets great flavor from Canadian bacon and scallions. The frozen peppers and potatoes slash prep time. From the WW website.

    Recipe #291280

    2 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    From the WW website for my 'zaar buddies! The following are variations that can be added along with the appropriate POINTS values: We used POINTS Tracker to calculate the following additions to an individual 1-cup serving: ¼ cup corn kernels, POINTS value: ½ ¼ cup black beans, drained and rinsed, POINTS value: ½ 2 oz cooked shrimp, POINTS value: 1 2 oz shredded or diced white meat chicken, POINTS value: 2 2 Tbsp reduced-fat sour cream, POINTS value: 1

    Recipe #291247

    2 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    An Asian spin on a Weight Watchers favorite. Double the recipe and freeze it in 1 cup servings for a late afternoon snack or dinner-time starter. Zero Points!!! From the Weight Watchers website, thought I'd share with my 'zaar friends here.

    Recipe #291245

    2 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    When you have a craving for a comforting dessert, try this pudding cake, which forms its own rich-tasting sauce as it bakes. The coffee flavor is subtle, but it adds complex depth to the cake's flavor. From the Food Network.

    Recipe #291229

    2 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    From the WW website, posted here for my 'zaar buddies. The following are variations that can be added to the soup with the accompanying POINTS: 1 ½ Tbsp grated parmesan cheese, POINTS value: 1 2 oz cooked chicken sausage, POINTS value: 3 2 Tbsp cooked chickpeas, POINTS value: ½ 2 Tbsp cooked orzo, POINTS value: ½ 2 small, store-bought turkey meatballs, POINTS value: 2

    Recipe #291128

    From the Panera/St. Louis Bread Company website. I love Panera!

    Recipe #291064

    14 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    Found this online while searching for TOPH recipes. Fabulous recipe from The Original Pancake House! The Apple Pancake contains eggs, flour, milk, sugar, cinnamon, vanilla, butter and lots of apples. It takes about 30 minutes to bake in an iron skillet and is served all puffed up and steaming hot. The Apple Pancake really isn’t much like a pancake at all. It’s more a like a soufflé or really, really moist bread pudding. The only way to truly appreciate it is to try one yourself.

    Recipe #291063

    1 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    An outrageous blend of nuts, soybeans, and spices makes a supercharged snack that provides an energy boost. Don't be put off by the number of ingredients — the mix takes just 5 minutes to put together. We recommend packing small amounts of the cooled mixture into resealable bags for quick grab-and-go snacks. Roasted edamame is available at supermarkets and specialty stores. If you can't find it, just add more of any other nut to make 5 cups.

    Recipe #289705

    3 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    Who would believe you could get such a delectable cookie out of such a simple process and with so few ingredients? (That's right; there's no flour!) The not-too-sweet, deep nutty flavor — topped with a touch of fruit — is perfect for kids young and old. These cookies are so good that I need to remind you to limit yourself to one serving!

    Recipe #289702

    1 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    This recipe has been passed around my family for years, came from the back of a jar of marshmallow creme. Incredibly easy, decadently delicious! I make it every year for Christmas - a nice alternative to traditional chocolate fudge.

    Recipe #271993

    Looks like a real cheesecake dessert, but is actually a firm dip to serve with crackers or baguette slices. From a local restaurateur, whose dishes are always incredible!

    Recipe #271969

    Searching 'Zaar for the 'it' Cherry Pie recipe and found this on ATK. The amount of sugar and tapioca you use is relative, depending on the fruit’s quality and your taste. If you prefer a less sweet pie or if the fruit is especially sweet, use the lower sugar amount. If you like your pie juices fairly thick, or if the fruit is really juicy, then opt for the higher amount of tapioca. If you are using frozen fruit, measure it frozen, but let it thaw before filling the pie. If not, you run the risk of partially cooked fruit and undissolved tapioca. If using sour cherries instead of sweet, increase sugar to 1 cup and tapioca to 4 tablespoons.

    Recipe #262807

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